Delta Sigma Pi History
Delta Sigma Pi was founded on November 7, 1907 by four distinguished men at the New York University School of Commerce, Accounts, and Finance: Alexander Frank Makay, Henry Albert Tienken, Alfred Moysello, and Harold Valentine Jacobs.
For over 100 years, Delta Sigma Pi has encouraged, supported, and shaped the professional goals and personal aspirations of thousands of members. It is quite simply the foremost professional fraternity for men and women pursuing business careers. Devoted to promoting competency and achievement within the field of business, Delta Sigma Pi also facilitates social activity among students, the community, and business organizations.
Delta Sigma Pi prides itself on their values. There are four fundamental values: professional, service, scholarship, and social.
Progressing from student to young professional to seasoned business performer, members of Delta Sigma Pi grow far beyond classroom theory through real-life managerial and leadership experience. Sharing each others' goals, reinforcing common values, and the pursuit of professional excellence as a team builds a bond of friendship - "not just four years, but for life."
S. Truett Cathy
Founder and Chairman
Gregory W. Jones
President & CEO
State Farm General Insurance Company
Chairman and CEO